Empowering resilience; improving health care delivery in war-impacted African countries, a case study of Liberia.
Empowering resilience resilience (r·zilˑ·yens),
n ; improving health care delivery in war-impacted African countries, a case study of Liberia.
Buseh, Aaron G.
Univ. Press of America
Buseh (nursing and public health, U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) went abroad to study nursing and public health in order to help people in his native Liberia, but by the time he was qualified, civil war had broken out in the west African West Africa
A region of western Africa between the Sahara Desert and the Gulf of Guinea. It was largely controlled by colonial powers until the 20th century.
West African adj. & n. country, and health care workers were among the intellectuals being assassinated as·sas·si·nate
tr.v. as·sas·si·nat·ed, as·sas·si·nat·ing, as·sas·si·nates
1. To murder (a prominent person) by surprise attack, as for political reasons.
2. . He remained in the US. Here he combines the insights from his specialized spe·cial·ize
v. spe·cial·ized, spe·cial·iz·ing, spe·cial·iz·es
1. To pursue a special activity, occupation, or field of study.
2. study of the organization, financing, and delivery of health care in developed and developing countries, with his knowledge of Liberia to suggest how to proceed in the aftermath of the conflict.
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